How the American Market for Wagyu Beef Is Changing the Way Its Made

Some fascinating intel on the wagyu racket in the Wall Street Journal:

“Japanese and Australian farmers are competing for the U.S. wagyu market that will be worth $1.1 billion by 2023. WSJ visits one rancher using traditional methods to produce $200 steaks, and another who has invested in new technology to slash prices.”

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